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St. Boniface Street Links

In the past, the citizens of St. Boniface could always rely on the Christian Church and it’s missionaries to serve the poor and the marginalized.  But, as the religious Orders aged and their facilities were repurposed into seniors’ homes and for other uses, the gap was created.  Today the gap in services is huge! St. Boniface Street Links works to fill that gap.


Your gift helps us move those currently living on the streets...

Morberg House

Located in the heart of Old St. Boniface, Morberg House is a...


Connecting with all those who are experiencing homelessness in St...


Operating Spring through Fall, we operate a citizen led Bike...

Our Mission

About us

St. Boniface Street Links works to end homelessness, reduce poverty and support crime prevention through social development as a “best practice” for successful community development.

Our success is linked to our strong, supportive relationships with all Winnipeg-based end-homelessness and anti-poverty organizations. Through our comprehensive working network with others, we are able to link homeless and other vulnerable citizens to existing programs and services here in St. Boniface and elsewhere in the city of Winnipeg.

No one organization can achieve success on its own but
together we can do this!

  • Co-ordinating Hub
  • Easy Access to Detox
  • Eliminate Homelessness
  • Addictions Treatment
  • Reduce Poverty
  • Strong Supportive Partnerships

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Who is Faron Hall?

Faron Hall - St. Boniface Street Links - Winnipeg, ManitobaFaron Hall was born May 14, 1964, on the Dakota Tipi First Nation reserve near Portage la Prairie, Man., to Maryanne Hall and John Hupa. He had an unstable childhood, with his parents constantly away working on farms and with very little supervision on the reserve. He had at least two sisters and an older brother.

His uncle, Neil Hall, says Faron was taken away by Children’s Aid when he was around three; he was brought back to the reserve when he was eight. Neil remembers that Faron was friends with everyone and loved playing sports. He especially loved to swim.


The Many Faces of Homelessness in St. Boniface

More than 138 people are registered with St. Boniface Street Links.  Of the 138 individuals, more than 60 are considered chronically homeless while the remaining are at risk of becoming homeless – poverty, mental illness, a lack of social supports and a lack of affordable housing contribute to the problem.

  • A paramedic who spent 20 years saving the lives of others
  • A community leader
  • A youth who has aged out of care, has been homeless and is trying to complete a College program
  • An accomplished artist who is struggling with evasive cancer

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Our Stories

Please help us end homelessness in St. Boniface. Together, we can do this!
Arthur Weldon

Arthur Weldon

Arthur is a graduate of the Master of Occupational Therapy program at the University of Manitoba. During his final practicum at the PACT program in Winnipeg, he discovered a passion for...

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Robert Lidstone

Robert Lidstone

Robert was born at the St. Boniface Hospital and raised in Manitoba. He was educated at Western, Simon Fraser and York Universities, and holds a Master’s degree in Human Geography. Robert has...

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Ricky Aitkens

Ricky Aitkens

Ricky has lived at Morberg House since July 2018. He grew up in St. Vital, playing basketball and attending Boys and Girls Clubs. Ricky has struggled with addiction to methamphetamine and opioids...

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